Professor George Havenith
Professor of Environmental Physiology and Ergonomics
Areas of expertise
Heat, Cold, Heat Stress, Hypothermia, Human Performance in Hot Weather, Human Performance in Cold Weather, Clothing Ergonomics, Hot Weather Survival, Cold Weather Survival
George’s key research areas are human thermal physiology, environmental ergonomics and heat transfer through clothing. He is an expert in how the human body performs in hot and cold climates and the impact clothing can have on this performance. George is Director of the University’s Environmental Ergonomics Research Centre and has a Chair in Environmental Ergonomics and Physiology.